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  • Aug
    31
    Rumors of RFID's Death at GSK Are Premature
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.31.2007
    Despite a news report quoting anonymous sources saying the pharmaceutical company is ditching RFID, the project continues.
  • Aug
    30
    Chipping Your Kid
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.30.2007
    PC Magazine editor-in-chief Lance Ulanoff thinks it's a good idea to implant RFID tags in children.
  • Jul
    03
    Doctors Weigh In on Human RFID Implants
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.03.2007
    The American Medical Association says there are benefits to RFID implants, but also some concerns.
  • Jul
    03
    RFID for Midsize Manufacturers
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.03.2007
    RFID could play a role in helping companies compete with low-cost, offshore producers.
  • Jul
    01
    Addressing Supply-Chain Complexity
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.01.2007
    An analysis of how Apple iPods are manufactured shows just how complex supply chains have become.
  • Jun
    27
    Sorry, But RFID Is Gaining Traction
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.27.2007
    The real barometer of adoption is not whether Wal-Mart is in five distribution centers instead of a dozen.
  • Jun
    25
    RFID Labs Around the World Collaborate
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.25.2007
    Universities are sharing researchers to foster greater cooperation and move RFID research forward.
  • Jun
    24
    Calling All Experts on RFID Sensors
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.24.2007
    The editors of a new book are looking for experts to contribute chapters on RFID sensors.
  • Jun
    18
    Bloggers Continue to Show Their Ignorance
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.18.2007
    The latest comes from T. D. Clark, who thinks he knows more about RFID than Dick Cantwell, VP at Procter & Gamble.
  • Jun
    08
    Dispelling the Myth of RFID Myths
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.08.2007
    A security publication has created five myths about RFID, just so it could knock them down.
  • Jun
    01
    No Defense for Erroneous DOD Article
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.01.2007
    An article in the May issue of National Defense Magazine claims—wrongly—that the U.S. Department of Defense is no longer requiring RFID tagging.
  • May
    24
    Optimism in the Age of Realism
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 05.24.2007
    Vendors report that orders are picking up and end users are more focused on how RFID can solve their business problems, according to Baird's Reik Reed.
  • May
    21
    Highlights From the Fifth RFID Academic Convocation
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 05.21.2007
    At the fifth RFID Academic Convocation, held in conjunction with RFID Journal LIVE! 2007, end users and researchers discussed issues that must be addressed to enhance RFID's value in the health-care sector.
  • May
    18
    A Small Piece of RFID History
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 05.18.2007
    A project leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory, which developed one of the first RFID systems for the U.S. Department of Agriculture back in the early 1970s, clarifies a frequency issue.
  • May
    16
    Rumors of Our Sale Are Untrue
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 05.16.2007
    Someone is spreading rumors that CMP is buying RFID Journal or RFID Journal LIVE!, but neither is for sale.
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